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Senate passes firearms restriction bills on party lines

5/24/19

A trio of bills to tighten restrictions on firearms in New Hampshire passed the Senate on Thursday, in a series of 13-10 party-line votes that...

When it comes to New Hampshire’s two members of the U.S. House of Representatives – Democrats Annie Kuster and Chris Pappas – the word “investigate...

The New Hampshire Senate passed a bill to create a cost-of-living adjustment for certain state retirees Thursday, joining the House on a measure...

The New Hampshire House again moved to eliminate the state’s death penalty Thursday, overriding the governor’s veto by the slimmest possible margin...

Despite a new law signed Tuesday by Gov. Chris Sununu to alleviate overcrowding at the state mental hospital, the American Civil Liberties Union of...

A sweeping bill to address New Hampshire’s emergency department boarding crisis became law Tuesday, after Gov. Chris Sununu signed a measure...

Offenders in New Hampshire are eligible to have certain criminal convictions erased only after fully paying restitution to their victims, but a...

A bill to increase cost-of-living benefits for state retirees is set to pass after Gov. Chris Sununu broke from his party and announced his support...

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